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WATERBUItY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895.
Are You Looking For popular-priced Dress Goods something that costs about haH" a dollar a ysird Ye are elio.vinu: over 100 kinds of Col ored Dross Goods at that price, mostly novelties, and novelties are on top at present. They are All "Wool, of com so haven't ijot to pay oOo for Union Goods now ami include many odd effects and striking combina tions, but handsome withal Mohair effects take the loud; lvoiules are favorites, but there are many creations for which no adequate name has been found. You will see samples of our 50c line in our South "Window. Ladies' Suits. A little lot of Ladies' Mazer Suits 10 all told fall weight at l.iV each. The price has been $4.00. REID g HUGHES BANK STREET. WA TERHrUY Get Your Fruit and Wine Presses, Wine Kegs, Baskets, Potato Hooks And Diggers of P. J. BOLAN, SO and 94 Bank Stre, WHITE FRONT. Telephone lot. Of Young Hen's Nobbv Suit: a Big Assortment The new patterns are l-'nylis! plaids, checks and st t ines. Quite a change from what ha been used for a time back. Boys' and Children's Departmen; Bubbling over with good things "Never have we shown Midi large assortment for the little tots. : to f years. Yo have large lines of junio; and reefer suits. Junior suit. are made with huge sailor col lars, and some in solid colors, pinks and blues. Reefer Suits Come in a and prices larger assortment, ire .V)0. :.00. $:.50, ;?4..i and i.OO. For Older Boys 4 to K e:u. our stock of low ln'ue snort iiants suits is mag- mru i-ut . foniTiioncuiii at J.OC iind ris.nu: .i"c a Miit until MUl ir.'t to (i in1. L'iv i;tttt ins iitul oM c a range "n.O mi. Is t' I'iciv frmii. Slioit pant o piotv suits for those whi vvant thetn. IWiZ line ot' C'hiuhvn's Hats am! taps. One Case Full of Tarn G 'Shatters Jones, Morgan 5 Co, Cl 9G-)s ltv"K sr CITY NEWS. Vk-.ir General .1. A. Mulctihy was In town to-diiy. .lames O'Noill in "The I.osnrques ('use" at the opera house to-night. .lob priming of all kinds promptly ami neatly exeeut-nl at the IM'Mih ka t ell'uv. W iliiam Connor, fonnerlv of this vity ami now of Sjirin.sliekk Mass, is visit iniX j ivl.it ivos in ateilmiy. i Special foreoast for Conueetieut : l'air. j Tnexlav ami eilnesilav ooler 11 eil- : nesilay inorninj;. All parties interested in the distribu tion ot tin- articles of the Second division l'aaar. are rcpieted to call on 1. 11. Tierney . The third anniversary of the Tine Sis ters lod.e. I. O. II.. will he celebrated n Concordia hall on Thursday evening. epteinhi r -'tl. The decree team of Court Linden. A. O. V. ot A. will cxeiiii lilv the new work I at the quarterly meeiiu of Court Wolt-i lone to-uiuht. j Clerk I.. 1'. Hoot will he in the district court room to-nitrht and to-morrow nisrlil j from 7 until !' o'clock to issue tirt I papers. County Health Oilier lload'.ev came to atel -bury to-day and will attend a hearing ie Volcott of the lr l.ope case. Attorney Kussell will defend lr l.ope. A petition to be presented to Presi dent Cleveland :islviii the executive to ;o use his in'ltiettce lor the inJependeuee of Cuba i- beinj; circulated about town. The tirst name on the list is that of .lean t.ii'ijtii's. In tbi city court to-day the ease of r 1 , . Law lor w as continued asram til November Patrick .1. 1 ow tin: Moudav tliourncd until September 30. ... i........ of Mrs Mary MoC.ivne ill take place from her late residence. ." Uaiiroad Hill street, lost Patrick lunvli at s aid to-morraw niornini;. In ernient w ill be in Si Joseph's eetnetery. There will be a special ineetinsl of .nnniu,'i' on additional water supply at o'clock to-nii;lil. The supply at tli Last Mountain res, ; ' oir is lutiuin:; shoi t n. I it is expected i:,al the water com mittee will decide to i;'ive us all anothei lose from the Itranch. The New Britain Pecord sins: A man allied Thomas t orr. whose home is ii 'aterbur. 1,-11 from a troialu train m a liieli lit1 w as stealing a ride atinda eit. at Plaitiv iile. and sustained ser us injuries. the injured man va lousrlu to Pr Donahue s ollice. "Vv lath, is Ibaii and smith, tb 1'aulist fat hers w ho have been conduct itr lo wtel.s mi--ioti at lie- a,'l earl church, let! here this morning o ;e 10 : to train in resume their laloi- i her lield-. Asked how they lik d W . rburv lather Kvan :ii,l : "It i--anti III I hive of industry. Ne-teivi:. e vi-ited the Wateb laeiorv and wet ueh p!e:.-ed w iih tin a,','. " lleunaeker A Co. th atei I'Ui y t ue Price Id a str.iiid opening; ore on P.ank -tie ii'li lia v e been mad n . I be '.al' ,alt -in:.' heiila. 11. a aho e ba c oceti tb.iha; depai'luiciu -i larae u iiaiou s . el side. II.,- st, orated with pott, appearand f ,1a s to tin t o, w il it the; cl.au-. Ci. to i't . e in i- thin: li-hl I he the store :n now tv ice it ('! and 111... removed and th proper is ii-u, ui the Isonth Mai re is handsome! I plants and te- ons ot e t'l iii eeil. Medical Lxaniiner Axtelle has r ed a letter from LHen Corcoran n Pranci-co. asking about the death , a ha- 1 . I ol reran, torinei iy pr, .etor of a hotel on Scovill -tveet. si lain. s to be hi- divorced wife and say lai ( ororan pr..nii-ed in ease of h iea'.h to bequeath his propeity to tin iree childi, n. Co:,-,, ran died at ll aterburv hospital in Apr':', lsa! selt-intlicteu bullet wound, eunie ororan, w ife of the da .r.ics thr.t Coivor.in had a ii ilc. lr. ! A bui;e limb fei! from o:.; ol tile le.s'idence of id. on Miitli Main s lodvin- th- i e d ay f I'he troll. - car-- !:..d t t d tr, Iteni.et t ti.;- un. I a-- li -It.. ; line arrav o, -V es vv e' e a- e vv av ad board th, . 1- imp: iv s em -round .1 the I'-' le arcd. I n , s a tew w e, ed remove, one happel ie. I..r the ! e ot the road hoard out- s a-o the limb v as ,,. -It was lot'.unaie that 1 to he pa--ii at th. lb reach, d the tuil vv id; 1, i v a- v crv he:tv . flier ad t rec- a'. out town with over the stre-. v.b'vl. an otV at any moment it ;b, s;,v,.; a scores "t , limbs re.tclii: ire liable to - I lie road t'oar, 1 should order such death raps reniov ed a! once, du-t eiubi mouths ao to-day I oti- iuotorTollcs. ot the Naii-af.ick d.iv i-i-ti. .uade a miss'.ep ami -llipp-d in the l-au-:a-e car of hi train, result injj in 1 in rutu.e ot a small blood vessel. lie .ontinuedat wotk tor a few days and :h -ii had t" -iv a up his not vv orked since, until ' train, and h..- i I v c-lerdav nna t: I d cbar-c ot his ; : uin- run to 1 in hearlhv welcome a l oad ami Ilea, I y a,ap:ai u! aiH'es at ;iU. Whetl he restiu . t ain an l made t he m sted. lie received a Ironi the patron- of lb, , on-l a! ulat ion- 1 1 em ev i : V s; -u ;.,u. who w el -tad to s,., !;nn aide !i vv ark :ia:ii!i. vv a- '.aid up lie had 1 I m in l li,' i uuiYi-ao f, tin: nil- u at operal lo; ,- an th k:iil,' i?. r iha l:,'V it asr.-iin. 1 him '1'iind ,a;iial Hi;iMii had t. i'l!l di'i'p. him on ;!a I'M i'.'.nioii ianv roa.'l ,' ri'lrd 1" -i' 1 u. a. roiiiv , ihi'oii-h. A :i a;, a alul, h oh o; ! fan' ! .".'Iv .'.:il.,. For s..i t the vi'i:;i' hii-liu' v v.. :';;,; nun ha : 1 a a-vna-ili- , .,-;;.M.; , v era ;"" -I " k, u 1 . h a Mai IV -li. 11,11, d 111 w 1 1 ; - 111- 111 !','! - .i 11,1 I lu I lit id, a o! Ma, a'o'd ai 111,' I iliu of ia vv !,n h i ii iii v f llav,'- of 11 n'; i' eh.li will ho Iha j . lord 111!,' n r pai'ti" 1 1 ., ..' h a" hall a!va:, 11 ha lor lelv. t reel -o,-i:il :iin Tin- pni'po-,' so .ii'thr- v , rv tor in-t stu 1 ,'iii h and it vv a' lilted lip VV dll I Vl'I'V onieul lo,- ,, ialditi v n. Til,' vl:iii".,'i' list in. I'd saiunlav nie-iu. availahl,- inipioi aial alhhli,' p vv il! roniain op, n at M . v . I nilon s nurix-r -ir. ri i . melilher-Uip i- to he llln'iU'd. I'liiir-iiav niehi the i-lnh will !;old its tiit inei'tiulr : ' ' ""i ,"S W ilh two ...hl ' ' . t ll.' i .1 ,ok- -1' i al out',- p, eprtiv ! Umi n.iuieut. ;!:uui if.- filing THE OTHERJIDE OF IT. WHAT THE MEN HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE CUT IN WAGES. Snj Tlmt Tliej- Have lleen Kei-olvlnc About l,t Week, nml Tlmt trie Cut Amounts to About Fifty tntn Tny. I Timothy Calvin ami .lames Donahue, j the casters- tomlers at the factory of l.anuoipn ,v l lovves, who lott tieeause their vvaires were reduced, called at th I M:lec iia i ollice to-day and desired to make a statement in connection w ith the trouble. Instead of eettinsr from S ill to 35 a week, as stated by the company otlicials, that said that the average was'about Sl.'i or Sdii a week. Their work'tus; hours were from one o'clock in the uiorniiie; until two in the afternoon. When they made higher w a-es it w as because they lid about two day s' work in one. They also said that no casters' lenders in the factory run forty pots. The rule was from twenty-tive to thirty-two pots, fl.ey were not paid by the pot. as re ported, but by the pound, the price be-in-- reduced trom six to tie cents, a cut of from forty to tifty cents a day. They w ere w illini; to work under the same rules and prices as the men em ployed ill a similar capacity at Holmes, liooih V Havdens and Ivened.iet " liurn bam's, hut tin-- proposition was reject ed by the compoiiy. tins 1'ficUel. The Po'.ander. who was employe! with Calvin and lhmahue on the , b. lias returned to work. AMUSEMENTS. "Tlir l.rAiir,iic.s Cuke." The man w ho made - d 'e Cristo" iiiiional in this oum, '. . - b.is season ouud another play which .- ure to oc cupy as prominent a place in the public mind as Pumas' drama did. ll is the odernied version of "The Lvons Mail" and luis been recirisieued " I'be l.esuruues Case." In this play .Mi ll Neil will appear shnuilaneeu-ly in . vv o entirely opposite characters. One noinent he represents a French -eutlc-uiaii of most ex,ui-ite bree.iin-'. and the next moment he uppers as a bully and .nuiderer. I'be --n! lemati is aecu-ed ot a murder of w blcii tile outlaw i -ruilt Old conies v er near b, 'in- executed on ! . be - uiliot ;ne. but is av c,l ibrou-li the' lie iiiterv cm ion of ,iau-bter and her! -rte, tlieari. At the dacipies this even-' j ti, st, n 11, ,u ard Spclallv Co. The llosiou I low aid Atlniueuui Star' , ,c::ili ... under the mana-enient ot Ilut'liis. i- one of i lit- lar-esi ami a. si or-:.:ii.-atioiis in the country. In. ate a i.uai'.er ,.f no cities from Pur j'O, and the other arti-ts are the pick ot . vaudeville sta-e in this country.! :i;priins vocalits. dancers, conic am- am, sp, c:ait ies of all kinds. At uc opera bouse Uednes lay eveiiin-;. illliulfl." ll wasiuidni-ht when the small an- left the da .pies st ni-ht. att. , il Uessiu- a I il.. no vvortuy ot I , 1 1 ainiv vv aik, ray a ; of " 1 1. unlet . inch 1:11 -or 1 hit- su:e. i hou- his p Hist have tell -ppia;:--. lied iit::eu at the unsi nit. play cl all 1 lie p can e 1 t o him a ml is ''.'-I "Hamlet" on the b, o,nh ouid conic bad. erf, .nuance such a ill, ubt-ll tin ds to-,i::v. If ml witness ; one last ni-b e , ould liav e -i i.-p d lite v on n acl of s .':ut ana pr, ,i -'noes. 1 -elf. the lie p.. , "kit:- ot a leu ot v ol: at, lul.stndi v,-r sense unead loin vv oil li v to hi, ; : y nlov emcnl v as e i a. e ' rooUin- of a tin-er. i ot the body, 'the j v;ni i c face, the mov .- ! til! ey , st ;i I -how ed ! :e a, ' or. lb- is a -cuius in : t:o v. or.l and the man v . h Id. rec, , d v ere v !! a v :'. . vol lind : n lit,-' until the mid it ... ss the dose of a l U h'teside's Hamlet " 1 and w hen 1 he cur! tin I he y. nines; . i s in ; he d t be v oi;n- actor and leserv, d. .11. l.ouea n li-'ht hour e: form.inee ie!d all , :it: am- dow n i ailerv appt aided to -.vasah iv ass . bl, line ven eiat bun li heels. II. . ,-oini a.uv i rai-en. a IPOII. He at tb. 'I.heh mad r st iii -e U oi M series - was , I. a. !. Mai, la , :.il m a"s'c. .loht sei v es prais, an 1 rec-ive. etV.Cls wefi and beautilul should h.'lV e ; ide a-;. in tin s al-o , w ot k. . -,.,-li s Ueh iluia l Hi:,- his si, I, n.iid . n -1 una 1 W at, e Mr a curt . -rand. I he p bane. the -,pl. to :i. TIMELY TOPICS Tlr ;baii eia!s Th a .iiti 1 o F. Ilaa-, e I o s ,- ovver -pe- the lovve-t, ,he sa mo iu.ee, 1 to-.!.: . I'er .V l'. ek i o make an cut of new tall -arnienls. i l urrau's north windovv and the season's best hai-aiiis. k T. Turner A Co's price- to-day ap- to v our li. h k. " hook. Hull,, an' nil',' pi-i,-. -. 1' w inlrr and liv l'alla :it pi'inc tlovv ,m in ' uuuiialiv low i Ait ilia kin lor popn -lin-l hit::;- ll ah.MU hall a doila:' a v a.d'r l! A Unfile vvoidd lik,' to i',' von. I !iarl,' 1'. ItrovMi will rocivi to Mia' I',' -tor. I i ti . ' .al, 11 A 'tlii-f I'o.emi;. iulo IH-vv i,;iaile mov ( don I IV, for i he in i tew dav - M h on v an: tine Mulv i!le '11 l'i'i'i i-l:; 1" ,11- -h. leond. 1'ii, 11 re of the ( redii ( 'lotliina- whi-h ha heen euiare;,'ii ,'onlatns an eleua:it line of fall eo,,,!. W . M.l'onway ha veeeiv ed liis stock of ta'.l ha!-. Il'.e My!,-- lire correct and ; ri,', - ranee fi-oui !i to liillou !he 2Tii,Ti' .'inmmmvs ;i special -ale ot lili! ninu jars. A. V. Ta lor's line of paint s aiul vvull pa.pers is ronipl, to in every d.etail. i)1 ISTKU "''tK V ATF.HHCIiX PltOUATE t ill iff. Soft VI. V's it, of He!.r- liavip. of Wator i"ai . in j-nid di-triet. :i-.-n.-nint; dehtor. The 1 ruMef repiesonts die I.ta-o insolvent in,! frav i' c appointment of emtni$kners 111, !,'. ' n dere I tlmt Oominissionors to rveivo jjml . nee i lu-cl linis ,.f i he creditors of s.. ' '. 'e ' ,' Hi '"lnr, : T lie l'f,..?re finite it 'a l! Ul'v ..i ,(ie ST! .! i;. S, ,t. lsy:V , ' o.-k f n, u of vv h'.-h all .,-is,n.. i a , , v, ,li take r,oii, .., i. d ii i'i nr. if thev can e. and le heard ttiereoii. by Onter ! The coiii-i James J. Cassin. Clerk ot Probate. - Velvets - For Dress Trimmings In all the new shades. Hare yon seen oar display ? If Dot, do cot tail to make an early inspection. We are confident that no other house in the City can show as large, varied or as elegant an assortment of piece or ribbon velvets. We can show every color, quality, style and combina tion of Velvets for Press or Hat trim mings, at prioes away below Competition. . CHASE, Exchange Place. Second Hand Bicycles. Ladies' Lovell Piannvnd. I'is.oo Ladies' Special, used 4 weeks. Ladies' i eeial. use,i 0 weeks. Ladies' llaitlord. Ladies' O bininla Ssvift. Ladies' lumbia. Cents' Victor, lionls' Uartf -rd. vlvnts' Ve.itheistone. Oeuis' Lvndhurst. as on a. oo ao oo 15 oo 20.00 jo oo Ji.0,1 R.oo SO.lW boys isnrill tirel 6.0 And lots of I.nrcest line of BICYCLE SI SMUES ,n done. the oily. Kei airing neatlr D. B. Wilson's 13. 15 17, East Main at., The Miller & Peck Co New Fall Garments. Wo wish you to se how different from fist season nd at umch lower prioes. At 5 '.IS Hbick Bouole Coats, velvet col lars, ripple back At ll.'.'S Black Friezfl Coats, all silk lined, ripple back, vdvit collars. Special Offerings. Iu Fur iritrmeuts, all kinds, with extra full sw,ep. Fall Dress Goods. Sui'h a Display ! Can't show tbeni here; ish we could. Come and see them. The department is loaded with new ideas in weaves and colorings At S'.ie 10 nieces, all wool Bonole. It's he All ronu ,ods this season. At t'.U' au-itjch all vrool Hailway cords, ll snad, s. Fancy Silks. Onr sill s are last jaiiniDR friends (or :mr oii-inahty. S.) different from any-j hint! ever h, fare shown. ' At Tec HkicK Ores do Londres Brocade This is the tit-west :dea in Brocade effects At 1 li'.l 27-Mfh Ulack tvatui Ouchesse I'Siis md is usually sold at '1 t'O j N-w O-sinsJn Ulack Armurea. KK.M'lll'.H HOAS - Jn-t received a preat variety ot luiported and llouiestio Feather lieas CI.OVKS Onr new importations of (Sinv.s : : Fail and Winter. Frice, to jetber w til styles and onahties, is moving 1 bt-nt tast PUFSSMAKEliS SFPFLIF-S -Gras. ''loth. Fibre ChaiU'Vin. Hair Cloth. Imita- lon Hair Cloth, Hustle SEirting Have von seen that new lioinn. Wireen? Yon an supply all your wards here. M'.COND FLOOR. I A HI 1. 1 SLE- Of the J X. Clifford -teck ujar.es thuikts merry here. The de .isitnient is t-ixed to the utmost in carin,. rer the crowds It oe to show that peo ple appreciate this golden opuortunity to secure Carpets. lr;ipenes, l'aper Hang ings, liu's. etc, at about half price. Come in before the Stocks are broken. File Miller k Peck Co Velvet, I Brussels, Axminster and Wilton Ilas-scca- il:H'. sold elsewhere at 75o. l'Mra Super Ingrains jTIo per yard, the ,'k' Kind Kxtrn Ivrush Mats Sac each. the 1 2"i kind. Siiks and Frir.ges for drapery, etc, in re.lt Variety. j I' pholsterinR nt the lowest rates. j 4 fold .tapanese Screens from 3d up. Fine F.mhossed Farlor Papers l'Jtc, well I worth 'Jan. Tl'.e best Farlor Window Shade all com- i pU te for Se.C. j ihir competitors don't understand how we can sell ut snch low piices. We could not if we didn't have the largest business in the whole Xsuc,.tuck valley in onr line. I The L. F. Haase co, Vator''iir ' i; r, ai i 'an lrairiy 11. YV.ill Paper iin.l 15S to li'S l',r.vM Stbkkt. KELLY s I orders Z I ::::::: Sft'W KaM Xlahi Mve'-. ljtVb I s of vvloetl ;i:u ! rliTli:. ; lias bis hay nil in and drops the price of Pillsbnry'a best to 4 75 Washburn-Crosby Co to 4 51 Jones' Superlative 4 25 If yon give my man an empty barrel. This is all old floor and it will make more bread, whiter bread and lighter hrt-ed, and tho bread will keep moist lon ger than tht made from new, and good bread is mightier than the sword and pen combined, beoause it is the staff of life when made on the home made plan, sncb as I make my New Knglnnd Afternoon and F.utire Wheat llread. I make it from old door, sweet milk and eompreased yeast a hich is the only met hi d of making sub--tnntial, vlieatiblfe and sweet bread. Baker and Farmer. SKIDMORE & TURNBULL 49 to 53 South Main Street. TELEPHONE 154-12. O O XJ P O N. This Coupon will entitle all pur chasers of Dry Goods in Any amount to a FREE RIDE on the Trolley Cars of the Waterbury Traction Company. By presentation of the above coupon at time of purchase it will be exchanged for a Stamped Coupon good on any of the lines of the Waterbury Traction Company. SKIDMORE & "Ti rK ir-i ii i School LUCY & FITZGERALD'S Indestructible School Shoes Are the best. White Shoe Store, 116 State Street, New London. School Fix Us In Your Mind, And no matter how small your want may he. see if we can't init yon. Whether yon want one dollar's worth or more, or less, remember that our object ts to earn your good will and keep yonr patronage We are shown i as fine a line of Honaefnrnish iuca as you can tiud in this Tioinity. and at prices tbat we like to have yon compare with those ouoted by the other fellows in the same line Yon can be the judge as to tneplaca to buy vonr FFRNITUKE, CARPETS. CKOCKERY, STOVES. KAXQES. SPUING HEPS. BEDDING. Ao UNDERTAKING in all it branches. Best service. Prompt attention. WE never stop building reputation. W are going to keep riht on increasing our clientage, rjnt we are going to do it with Qnality. with Price, with Satisfaction, that the monument may be an enduring one; the biggest trade in town, that's the goal. Boston Furniture Co., Ill South Main Street. MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISHERS AND FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS. Cash on easy terms of payment. M. Bergin &, Sons, Undertakers And Funeral Directors. The best equipped honae io Xew Eng land, with everything of the most modern type for the business. Hacks and Hearses of the best and everything contained in the one building. Gor So Main S Scovill Sts. S- Telephone, balance on call. A night clerk. Am- "Now is the Time" TO BUT Hngcat's Bed Bug: Killer .IT'SA SURE KILLER. Nil gent's Roach Exterminator o will guarantee or will firuarantee or refund your money. Any physician's i'roscriiitious accurately com pounded at the lowest prices ia the city. Nugent's Pharmacy, Cor So Main and SootUI Sts. Jobsi F. FiLLOJt, Mgr. I UniNDULL School SS Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn School E. T. Turner & Go. Can anything be more attractive than the list printed below. Nowhere on earth can dress goods be bonpht lower than here. Oar line is a bigger and better selected one certaiuly than we have ever shown before, and onr friends any that it is the finest lot in the city. We are snre of one thing, however, yon are welcome to look our stock over and get our prices. Big Sale of Dress Goods For To-Morrow. 75 pieces of new novelty goods repre senting a line ranging in price from fifty to 75c & yd, all at one price, 50o a yd. See, See. iv u Beautiful two toned brocades homespun, the like has never been seen in Waterbury, usual 59c goods, at 50c a yd. Lovelt two toned novelties, irridesoent gronnd with silk over shot work, usual price 75c, at 50o a yd. 10 pieces all wool rrenon jacqnaros. yon wonld expect to pay 75 o for them, usual price ti'Je, at 50o a yd. And our regular stock of 60o goods which is all bought under price and will be sure to please yon, including a large variety of all wool plaids. Colored Dress Goods. 25 pieces 3(i inch wide heather mixtures at '25c a yd. VI pieces ii men wiae monair eaeots at 29c a yd. 15 pieces 50 inoh silk and wool novelty mixtures at 39o a yd. ( 20 pieces 40, inch all wool Frenoh serges, all colors, at 35o a yd. Latest designs in high class novelty drew goods at from 75o to $2 SO a yd. Fifty inch all wool storm serge in black and navy blue, goods that cannot be du plicated for less than than 75o, at 50o a yd. Jnst think of 20 pieces wool 36 inch wide black brocade in the newest designs fresh from the mills at 25o, actual value 33o Fifteen pieces wool 43 inch wide blaok brocades, every design a gem at J5o a yd, worth 39o a yd. 10 pieces all wool black brocades, extra fine 35o a yd. cheap at 50c. 12 pieoea 42 inch. black brocades, hand some patterns at 49o" great value. tt pieces 46 inch blaok brocades, ex quisite designs at 59o a yd, others price for the same, 75c a yd. 18 pieces 4(5 inoh blaok brocades, che viot designs, at 75o a yd, always worth 98o a yd.